Please visit our Employment Opportunities page. You may also email Angie Stoffal, the Sheriff’s Administrative Assistant or call at 541-957-4778.
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Dispatchers are trained to get as much information as possible to best determine the nature of the problem and its seriousness. On emergency calls, the dispatcher has already sent the information to the appropriate emergency response agency while asking the addition questions.
All requests for police service are assigned by priority, based on the seriousness of the incident and the potential for injury or damage to property. At times, calls of less urgent nature must be delayed so that we may respond immediately to emergencies.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Records Division is open from 8 am to 5 pm. Monday through Friday, and closed on holidays. If you cannot come to the Sheriff’s Office, your report can be mailed if you send a self addressed stamped envelope along with the case number and a money order with the proper fee amount to:Douglas County Sheriff’s OfficeAttention: Records Division1036 SE Douglas AvenueRoseburg, OR 97470
You can visit the Corrections Division page. If your questions are not answered there you can call 541-440-4440.
The Sheriff’s Office will respond 24 hours a day, seven days a week to requests for police assistance. To find out more, visit our report information page.
Some reports may be made over the telephone. This will depend on the type of offense you are reporting.
Please visit our Crime Prevention page, or you may call the Sheriff’s Office at 541-440-4450.
The Sheriff’s Office depends on citizens calling to report crimes or suspicious activity. The dispatcher who takes your call will ask questions about the activity to determine its nature. You may be asked if an officer may contact you, but you may request not to be contacted.